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Poster for Laura Clay 1916 Speaking Tour in Iowa

Description:  A poster featuring Laura Clay (pre-printed for Iowa and dated in 1916) from the Laura Clay ... NAWSA and Laura Clay (of both the NAWSA and the Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference) spoke in Iowa ... at http://digital.lib.uiowa.edu/cdm/ref/collection/suffrage/id/2308. Keywords:  Iowa history, Laura ...

KERA Delegate Badge Ribbon for Lexington KY with Miss Clay nameplate pin

Description:  Laura Clay's delegate badge, from Lexington, for Kentucky Equal Rights Association- including ... golden pin with "Miss Clay" on the nameplate- from the Laura Clay collection, University of ... Kentucky Special Collections and Research Center, Lexington, Kentucky. Keywords:  Laura Clay, Kentucky ...

“Woman’s Suffrage by 1925 is Forecast by Rev. J.M. Maxon,” The Lexington Herald, Sunday, May 2, 1915, pages 1 and 3.

Simms. C.F. Brower. J.N. Camden, two cars. Clay Hunt. John Scott. George D. Kelley. Roger Williams. James ... Smith. B. Kravetz & Son. Transylvania Printing Company. Rash & Clay. F.W. Woolworth. Wrenn & ...

PSA- Laura Clay Speech on Woman Suffrage at Kentucky Constitutional Convention, December 1890

focuses on an abridged version of a speech made by Kentucky suffragist Laura Clay on Friday, December 12, ... Clay here. Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Laura Clay, Kentucky Equal Rights Association, ... 1890, at the Kentucky Constitutional Convention in Frankfort. (See Clay's full speech transcribed ...

Connections between Kentucky and Tennessee- history of woman suffrage and voting rights today

the suffragists Laura Clay and Madeline McDowell Breckinridge held a debate in 1919 focusing on the ... local or state officers were also suffragists (e.g., Laura Clay in Kentucky). No woman was more ... South. Laura Clay, the youngest of Mary Jane Clay’s daughters, was elected president. At the age of 32, ...

Kentucky Delegate Pin Badge for Mrs. Harrison G. Foster at NAWSA Jubilee Convention in St. Louis 1919

Laura Clay (Lexington), Mrs. W.D. Drake, Mrs. Charles [Jessie Edith Riddell] Firth (Covington), Mrs. ... Fowler] Post (Paducah), Mrs. George [Evelyn Shelby] Roberts (Marion), Miss Laura R. White (Ashland). See ...

Woman Suffrage by Federal Constitutional Amendment, compiled by Carrie Chapman Catt. National Woman Suffrage Publishing Co., 1917.

McDowell Breckinridge (representing NAWSA and KERA) and Laura Clay (representing the Citizens Committee) ... Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Carrie Chapman Catt, Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, Laura Clay, Primary ... amendment. Clay's States Rights perspective won that debate that day. Type of Source: Primary Keywords:  ...

Kentucky legislature refuses to return to partial suffrage for women again

suffrage bill. She gave it to Laura Clay and the Educational Improvement Commission of the KFWC who asked ... Elections; and, she joined a delegation from the KFWC (including Laura Clay) who met with the House Committee ... Kentucky Equal Rights Association, Laura Clay, Harry G. Meyers, School Suffrage, Augustus E. Willson, ...

Smith, Mary Jane. Constructing Womanhood in Public: Progressive White Women in a New South. Ph.D. diss. Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, 2002.

the author of "Laura Clay (1849-1941): States' Rights and Southern Suffrage Reform" pp ... Mary Atkinson Cunningham, Laura Clay, Mrs. Sheldon M. Minor, Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, ...

Laura Clay (1849-1941), Kentucky Suffragist and Voice of the South

Laura Clay (February 9, 1849 — June 29, 1941) grew up in a large family of activists at a farm in ... Laura Clay was elected President and Col. John H. Ward of Louisville was elected Vice-President. Not ... 's delegate badge from Lexington for the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, saved in the Laura Clay ...

28th annual Kentucky Equal Rights Association convention, 1917

Project Christine Bradley South Jessie Leigh Hutchinson Laura Clay Madeline McDowell Breckinridge Caroline ... Christine Bradley South ’s report indicated four new clubs formed, Laura Clay and Mrs. Harry Whiteside went ... President), Laura Clay of Lexington (Second Vice President), Caroline Leech of Louisville (Third Vice ...

Kirkley, Evelyn A. "'This Work Is God's Cause': Religion in the Southern Woman Suffrage Movement, 1880-1920." Church History 59 (Dec 1990): 507-522.

were Laura Clay (Ky.), Madeline Breckinridge (Ky.), and Virginia Clay-Clopton (Ala.). Kate Gordon (La.) ... Bibliography for the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project. Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Laura Clay ... article, many of the Southern women's history we rely on today were not yet published. And, the Laura ...

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